The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1952 · Page 19
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 19

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 4, 1952
Page 19
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, DEC. 4, WtJt' •jul^nxErTILI/S (AftY.y {XVURIlEn MVWB OUR IOARDING HOUSE — with Major H*opl« NOW, AC 6, WH6K1 DOE, YOO'LL gB DISCUSSIKVS WO CAM 8E READING ALOOD TC WAT5OM MY 66AR5 MESHED Of-1 A FAT WORD IT?"— 16 THAT ABAR- CHOOL ING -rue FOR -THE RfllD When the gang gets together... No other drink picks y*w up like Dr. Pepper • The special sparkle of Dr. Pepper adds to everybody'• fun, everywhere you fo. Enjoy it in the six-hot I !• carton or the 12-bottte carton; buy it by the case . . . and look for it at soda fountain* and vending machines, too. Beautiful New Brick Home Located 505 E. Hardin, I, bedrooms, one and one half tile baths, knotty pine den, large living room, dining room, Deluxe Geneva kitchen.' Breezeway, attached garage and.stare room. Equipped with Frigidaire Air Conditioner, central Lennox heating system. Steel storm sashes. Lot 100 i 185. Price $Z4,50». - ' • Jost completed this « room .house and bath at 411 E. Hardin. Natural gas heat, attic fan, beautiful Geneva Kitchen. Large Btnrage attic. Garage and store room. Large landscaped lot. Price JU,0»0. S.eorColl JOHNNY MARR Joe Martin, Secy-Treas. Ph. 3352 Mon * Thursday O»ceoIa,'Ph. 388, Any Day DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Hours: 8 a.m. to 10 p-m. with Delivery to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUGSTORE 221 West Main St Xmas Gift Suggestion Phone 4111 Res. Phone 2596 THB STORTi AI Kmmrr, owmer • t IIt<rk HIM I.«a K c. In. been ranr- • dcrcd •]*« Kddfo KleTdji. am entertainer, Kerloailj won»ded bj 'mm •* wlelrter mt the pln»h' *vmmer Trtmnrt. The violence «eem» «ome- k«w conneelrd wllk t1*e dlacorery at • xanxljiHil ninTdrr In the Tlctn- Itr. r>*» "e.ircht. AT* hanKnl<i-*r.~ TrHeT* he ftnrt* MTrfEre -HtiTnelt. • Klrl of whom linn !• fond. nnd I.m Kllehle, the rr»or< -oah-mnn." It. xln . iui*iilrlon» of C. O. Grlir nclKhl'or, who hntcji trrflpantrrx. IJnn K«rm t* KrlncomV* home and from cnncenlmrnt ri'e vr » t c h e • firlMomS recrlr* Trhrtt !r>nk» Ilk* M pnyolT from m In a bine fterve Bolt. XVHI QRISCOMB came across the clearing, the rifle 'under his arm. No anger in his face. No excitement. A 'calm, unflEckering face, a rifleman's face. The dog came springing into the trail. He ran along it—he knew tiiis route—he went on past me. - The dog swerved around. He came crashing through the brush, his yelp exultant. • "Griscomb! Griscomb!" I yelled. Startle him, sound like a friend, make him step, wonder. "Gel your dog ofT me!" I fought up against the. flailing paws. I made a grab at the dog's muzzle—but he wasn't trying to bite. ' Griscomb burst Into the path, rifle In the air. "Your dog plays rough," I said, calmly as I could. Blue Serge cnme running up. "That's him!" The rifle gleamed at me. I tried not to see it. "I had a devil of a time finding your place," I said, dabbing at the doj's head. His paws were on my shoulders. He was shielding me from Griscomb's "Fie followed me way over here," Blue Serge yammered. "Yes," I said. "I could hardly keep up with you." Griscomb's eyes held me calmly "What are you doing here!" The gun. was pointed at my middle. J noticed suddenly that il had a tube .above the barrel—» telescopic ; light - 'Walk out there," Griscomb said, le swung.his gun an inch toward he clearing, then promptly back 6 me. It was going to be that way, then —guns 'and prisoners and curt commands, cowboy stuff. "Get down, Buster," I said, shoving the monster off my shoulders. I pushed hrough the brush, out into the clearing. I stopped and turned. "What's ill this gun stuff for, Griscomb? a neighbor. I came over for a visit." ' "Go over to the house," Gris- :omb said, nothing happening in lis face, nothing in those queer, lusterless eyes. "Sit down." He motioned to an upholstered chair. I sat down. Loose springs slid and poked me. "Mr. Griscomb, I got a lot of nings to do," said Blue Serge from the doorway. "Okay if I take off?" "Certainly," Griscomb said. "I'd hale you to have any trouble, just on account of me going. You sure you'll be all right?" "He's sure!" I burst out "Scram." Blue Serge had a crisis In the doorway. His face went through a dozen decisions about attacking me, and they all lost out Take care of him!" he grilled, and slamped out across the porch. Griscomb looked after him. He waited lill the sound of footsteps faded out. Then he turned his dull dead man's eyes on me again, anc spoke: "Now I think we can quickly dispose of you." * * • "WHAT did you come here for young man?" I loved the way he said it—calm, reasonable talking Sense, He couldn't slid< from lhat to trigger-pulling. . . "You know what happened a' High Hill this morning, don't you?' I said. "I do nbl." "Somebody came there early thli morning and killed Mr. Kemmer.' OUT OU* WAY ly J. R. WHfiwnc FRECKLIS AND HIS FRIENDS ARC t) 8P AUGMENTED AS' OFTEN AS POSSIBLE/ , SIR. WILL YOUR. COOPERATION MAKB fT POSSIBLE rOR-TMe NAME OP SMITH T& BURN BRIGHTLY' N THE ANNAIS OF HWKXC SfORTS ACHIEVEMENTS f Benefit by Reading and Using Courier Ntws Clasiifi.d Adt "Ju«t a finishing touch on these sweaters 1 bought, so my grandchildren will think I knitted them—I hope I don't 1 . '• . »rjoil them!" S'OW/IF THE SECtKITV POLICE AREN'T EXPECTING AN AERIAL STAND WHERE VOUAEE I'P HATE 70 SHOOT A PRECIOUS EmHOLCXXAL SPECIMEN FROM AVCTOER FEDERAL LAND BANK A W FARM 4/0 LOANS Felcvision- fonjte, Tomorrow BE 1,\ FELY ON IW WAY... VMCT, Memphis, Channel 5 NO EXPENSE— THURSDAY NIGHT, DEC. 4 Pay part or all at any tim« National Farm Loan Association «:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 0:00 0:30 0:35 1:35 1:50 2:05 Evening Serenade News Dinah shore News Caravan Groucho Marx The Unexpected Dragnet Theatre March of Medicine Arthur Godfrey . Racket Squad News Boxing Industry on Parade News ! Sign Off CARLYLE WILL ENTERTAIN OrOU, REVEREND WEEMS I MAKE TEA! FRIDAY, DEGEMBIR 9 AT TH€ HALP <WOOW iWTEL- -OUT ON THS WHAT'S \3f, Y-i PONT KMOVU LCU6, 5L/r5OME- AW AT THE HALF- MOON MOTft. A SR MUFfLEO SCKEAM SPUTS THE NldHTAKZ vc? A HOW i'o GUE^G rr WAS C*9M NUMBER SEVEN. COME OUT HEREA5FW6TAS VOUCAW, THEY'RE.PRIUIN .P,N'SO 15 THAT CROOKED PRINCE GOHA WARN MR.MILSD10 ftBOUT THPsT POUBLE-CROSS1M' PRIklCE KM.MI5i HOW HE MEIW5 TO USB EASyl WATCHES LESS A» BOUND MOD PROPPED BY TH 1 THUG TWVT E*SV KNOCKED OUTi HATfe THE IDEA..: OH..."lOLI'RE \I ST1U-THINK UfflNG THE V1EW\ 6OME6OOYS SCREEN TO SEE j TAM PERED WHERE VOU / WITH TUB SENTALLEY? /TIME-MACHINE THOUGH. DOCTDR.LOOKI THERE ON THE WINDOW.'IT'S/' WITCH? SLAO WHEN IT COMES LIGHT AGAIN ...I'D UKb TO SEE THIS PLACE. 1 ? w*' vscwwt ewt's • camera from BARNEY'S! Choose a camera ai a Xmas nift NOW! Use oar convenient iaj- away plan. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS 2006 W. Main Phone 3647 He reacted—actually—his eye- ids flared. But only for an infant. His voice was placid. "I hadn't heard that." How in the world could I U| lim as Al's murderer, this stone, his frozen fish? "The reason I came here," I said, 'is I thought perhaps you might give us a clue—perhaps you saw something suspicious, some tranger passing through here." He shook his head. He took a :tep and let himself down on a ilraight-backed chair facing me. "Who's that fellow who was just here?" I pressed him. "He is not a stranger." • • • "QRISCOMB, let's talk frankly for a minute," i said, leah- ng forward, trying to get behind lis mask, if there was anything behind it. "I can understand why somebody might hate the summer visitors. They make a lot of noise, hey spoon in the woods, they drop heir Kleenex all over the place. But what's this gun business all ibout?" ° "There are signs warning trespassers to stay out or suffer the consequences," he said untroubl- edly. "Don't you Ihink it might be ;asier on your nerves and everybody else's to just sort of be good~ neighbors?" "My ancestors," he announced, "won this land with their blood—" "I've heard about your ancestors." His eyes n a r r o w e d slightly. "Young man, have you ever heard of the Wyoming Massacre?" "Can't say 1—" "I thought hot. You people come in here knowing nothing, having no roots here, trampling over everything as if this were some city park, some dirty New York city park." (I'm from Philadelphia, myself, but I let it ride.) "Wyoming was a peaceful Pennsylvania town, busy building a civilization In the wilderness, harming no one, and_lhese bloodthirsty villains came; through and killed every man, woman'and child they could find. •The British and their Indian hirelings," he said. (Ta EC Continued) 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Today 8:25 New» 8:30 Today 8:55 News 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 TV Shopper 10:00 UN General Assembly 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Storyland 11:15 Love of 1:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:45 Morning Meditation 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Garry Moore 1:00 Guiding Light 1:15 Film Featdr'ette •• 1:30 Homemakers'Program 2:00 Big Payoff : 2:30 Welcome Travelers 3:00 Kate Smith 4:00 Hawkins Falls 4:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 Berl Olswanger 5:15 News 5:20 Mr. Btngle 5:25 Weather 5:30 Short Story 6:45 Hartoons 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Those Two 6:45. News Caravan. 7:00 Dennis Day 7:30 Playhouse 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Alrtrlch Family 9:00 cavalcade of Sports 9:46. Greatest Flghts_ 10:00 Fashion Show "~ 10:15 Washington Spotlight 10:30 News 10:40 March of Time 11:10 Weather 11:15 Names the Same 11:45 Where Was I 12:15 News 12:30 Sign Off You Can Now Buy ICE COLD BEER TO TAKE HOME! No Increase in Price! 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